SEAL Brotherhood: Lucas : Band of Bachelors

  • by Sharon Hamilton
  • Narrated by J.D. Hart
  • Series: Band of Bachelors
  • 8 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Special Operator Lucas Shipley thought his living arrangement was temporary, since getting booted from the house by his wife. He sleeps on a couch in the apartment with four other divorced Navy SEALs, thinking he'll get the call to come home any day. He ignores the not-so-helpful advice his buddies are giving him about marriage, women, and romance. Until he gets served with divorce papers.
Marcy Gelland is hired by Lucas' soon-to-be ex-wife to liquidate all their real estate holdings and help her orchestrate a speedy departure from Lucas' life. Based on what the hot-headed SEAL wife has told her, Marcy understands Lucas deserves every ounce of pain coming his way.
But when Marcy and Lucas are left alone together in a remote Northern California woods, they ignite a personal bonfire that threatens to burn down the whole forest. Marcy is forced to see she is wrong about Lucas.
Amidst the backdrop of hardened bachelor SEALs with their unsolicited, anti-long-term relationship advice, and a terrorist training camp operating nearby, Lucas must do what he's always done: be the hero and save the day. But will it be in time to save Marcy?


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Just OK for me..

I have no idea why this book got the amount of 4 and 5 stars it did. The SEALS that live together seem only interested in strippers, getting drunk, and talking about all the kids they have around the world, illegitimate kids they neither care about nor support. And Lucas doesn’t seem to care about his 2 kids at all. All he seems to care about is getting back to his home, the one he was thrown out of by his wife, and getting back into her bed so she can take care of his erection. Then he meets Marcy and 3 days later he’s in love and asking her to marry him. He was just served with the divorce the day before. Really? We’re supposed to believe he and Marcy fell in love in 3 days’ time?

I kept reading because in-between the stupidity between Lucas, Marcy and Connie the author threw in a story about terrorists, and after reading 147 pages I was hoping she would get back to that soon. I was done with the main characters. And I can’t see myself reading anything else by this author, at least not her SEAL books, unless someone can promise me that the stories are not as silly as this one and the conversations are not as inane as they were in this. I might try her vampire books to see if they’re any better.

Anyway, it did get exciting at about 80%, when everything came to a head with the terrorists and once Marcy was saved. And speaking of Marcy she was one brave woman.

I really liked the other characters: Nick, Devon, Kyle, Jake, TJ, Luke, Rory, Alex, Cooper, Jackie, Fredo and Donna. I did hate Connie, and I really, really hated Moustafa, who got all that he deserved.

There were 2 or 3 sex scenes, without anything that led up to them and once they got back to Nick and Devon’s, after saving Marcy, the rest of the book was sex and the book ended at 95%.

There was swearing and the F-bomb was used 120 times.

As to the narrator: I’ve listened to J.D. Hart a few times and sometimes he reads with emotions and sometimes he doesn’t. He mostly did in this book but he really needs to work on the female voices. They are just too masculine.
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- Trish R.


What made the experience of listening to SEAL Brotherhood: Lucas the most enjoyable?

It's always a pleasure to listen to JD Hart's marvellous narration of Sharon Hamilton's gorgeous SEALs

Who was your favorite character and why?

Lucas because I always fall in love with Sharon Hamilton's sensual SEAL heroes.

Have you listened to any of J.D. Hart’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I listened to all of JD Hart's narration of Sharon Hamilton's books. It's just as thoroughly enjoyable as all the others

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes I could of listened to it all in one sitting

Any additional comments?

Sharon Hamilton and JD Hart have another wonderful collaboration

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- julie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-19-2015
  • Publisher: Sharon Hamilton